Monday, November 5, 2012
Patch is giving voters a look at who's running in the election Tuesday.
Election Day is Tuesday and there's a lot of issues and candidates on the ballot. As you prepare to go to the polls, Patch wants to help you get a final grasp on who's running, and what they stand for. Royal Oak will be voting for a candidate to replace retiring Judge Daniel Sawicki of Royal Oak's 44th District Court. Voters will select two of the three candidates to move forward to the Nov. 6 general election for the seat. RELATED:
Friday, July 13, 2012
If you missed Carlo Ginotti, Derek Meinecke and Edward Nahhat at the judicial candidate forum at the Royal Oak Public Library, you can now watch it online.
The Oakland County Bar Association, League of Women Voters Oakland Area and the Detroit Free Press held a judicial candidate forum at the Royal Oak Public Library on June 28. Carlo Ginotti, Derek Meinecke and Edward Nahhat have all thrown their hats into the ring to replace retiring Judge Daniel Sawicki of Royal Oak's 44th District Court. The hour long public forum was taped and may be viewed online courtesy of the Community Media Network's (CMNtv) YouTube channel.
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Royal Oak City Commission gives Water Works Theatre Company approval to sell beer and wine at summer performances of Shakespeare in the Park.
Shakespeare in the Park playgoers will be able to enjoy a glass of wine or beer with their favorite performances this summer at Starr Jaycee Park in Royal Oak. Monday night, the City Commission approved Water Works Theatre Company's request to sell alcoholic beverages during the nonprofit organization's 10-day summer event. The Royal Oak-based theater group brought numerous requests to the city meeting Monday night in an effort to put the annual Shakespeare in the Park productions on more sound financial footing. “This is a wonderful cultural arts event right here in our community,” producer Ed Nahhat of Royal Oak told City Commissioners. “It’s important, I think, that we take time to think about how we preserve this event.” Struggling …